Phoenix DNS

R6 Security has created Phoenix DNS to help you deal with man-in-the-middle attacks coming through Layer 3. DNS Filtering, threat intelligence and Moving Target Defense included.

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DNS cache poisoning, spoofing and hijacking attacks are becoming easier to mount, again.

SadDNS and DNSpooq are just two new methods, adding in the Kaminsky attack - the whole landscape is quite scary.

But, we have DNSSEC to deal with it, right?

Right, DNSSEC does solve the problem. We love DNSSEC.

However, R6 Security created a moving target security adaptation where we provide the same results without having:

  1. Increasing latency for name services
  2. Inconsistent adoption; so dissimilar services 
  3. To introduce additional security complexity and weaknesses

Our priority is fighting DNS security issues which are:

  • slow speed
  • control route resolution
  • dependencies
  • latency
  • legacy architecture
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We can do: Filtering, Threat intelligence and Moving target defense.

In case there are invalid IP addresses within the system we create a new, clean instance and run the request through it.

But how about real-life use cases?

In order to be useful for everyday situations we combined our Moving Target Defense with  DNS Filtering and Threat Intelligence. Now end users can enjoy it.

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